If you are looking for that true Southern charm, then you have to come to Beaufort County, North Carolina. Great food, beautiful landscapes, and friendly people are just a few of the benefits of living in Beaufort County. The county has several recreation areas, state parks, and other locations great for spending a day outdoors. Officially created in 1739, Beaufort County was made from a portion of Bath County. Beaufort County is located on the waterfront of the Pamlico River, making it an excellent place for water-lovers. The total population of the county is 47,585, including a veteran population of 3,994.
The Pamlico River is a great source of fun activities in Beaufort County. No matter if you are looking to have a fun day with your family or are interested in just relaxing to the sound of the water, you will be able to at the Pamlico River. Thanks to many different species of fish, the Pamlico River is one of the best places in North Carolina to go fishing. Southern flounder, sunfish, white perch, and largemouth bass are just a few of the fish species that live in the Pamlico River. The many convenient boat ramps located along the shore make boating easy!
Goose Creek State Park is a great place to go camping or to just have a nice picnic. Goose Creek borders the Pamlico River, giving it excellent views and a relaxing setting. There are many campsites that have amenities for both RV and tent campers in Goose Creek State Park. The many hiking trails make Goose Creek State Park a favorite of local hikers and mountain bikers. If you are a nature lover, then you will love the large diversity of plant and animal species that make their home in Goose Creek State Park.
Artists are not only accepted in Beaufort County; they are celebrated! The Beaufort County Arts Council makes sure that artists are offered opportunities to show off and improve their skills. The Arts Council also hosts art shows, art sales, and numerous classes. Come to one of the local art shows to see, and possibly purchase, art by local artists. Artists are welcomed the opportunity to learn about sculpting, drawing, painting, and more.
Benefits offered to veterans living in Beaufort County include disability benefits, vocational rehabilitation, education and training, and many more. The median housing cost in Beaufort County is $117,000, and the median household income is $40,429.
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Post 6088 Red Brinson Washington Memorial Post
PO Box 362
Washington, NC 27889
Meeting Location & Time
3375 River Rd
Washington, NC 27889
7:00 PM 1st & 3rd Thursday
Quartermaster: John Moore
Commander: Blackhawk Fornelli
Maximum VA Appraisal Fees Allowable in Beaufort County
- Single Family: $400
- 2-4 Units: $550
- Condo: $450
- Partial Releases: $450
- Repair/Completion Certificates: $100
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